Are Cleaners in Oklahoma City Required to Wear Protective Masks?

The Department of Public Utilities in Oklahoma City offers a free landfill service for customers who receive a utility bill from the city. This service includes the collection of waste from an ice storm, which is illegal to dump in Oklahoma City parks. Mayor David Holt has been encouraging all Oklahoma City residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and end the pandemic, and he recently received the vaccine himself. The Oklahoma City Council recently voted to limit the price of water to help customers who ran out of water during the extreme cold of February. The April 30 expiration date for Oklahoma City's mask use ordinance remains unchanged after the City Council refused to vote on Tuesday to end it early.

The Council voted instead to postpone the vote until April 13. Beginning in November, ice storm debris removal teams will start collecting trees and branches from Oklahoma City residential customers. The city will also soon begin collecting ice storm tree and branch debris from city streets along residential areas, public schools, places of worship, public party walls, and parks. Three Oklahoma City Council members will hold a virtual public meeting on Tuesday to discuss resources and information available during the COVID-19 crisis. Starting November 1, Oklahoma City public meetings subject to the Open Meetings Act will be held in person. Face coverings are mandatory according to local, local, or state guidelines. People should stay home when they are sick or belong to a higher-risk group.

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